Origin : Irish,
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Additional information Cowal:
Anglicized form of COMHGHALL
Songs about Cowal:
The Bride Of Cowal by Dave Goodman from the Album Soundtrip Canada
The Bride Of Cowal by Dave Goodman from the Album Rocks, Skies & Waters
Canadian Barn Dance: Jewel of 100 Years -Cowal Gathering by John Carmichael's Ceilidh Band from the Album More Carmichael's Ceilidh
Cowal by Discovery Audio Guides from the Album Argyll Audio Guide
March & Hornpipe: The Cowal Gathering, Duncan Johnstone by Charlie Cowie from the Album Unsquare Dance
March, Strathspey & Reel: Cowal Gathering, Maggie Cameron, John McKechnie by Scottish Power from the Album The World Pipe Band Championships 1999 Volume 1
MSR: Cowal Gathering - Blair Drummond - John Morrison of Assynt House by Various Artists and Los Angeles Scots from the Album The World Pipe Band Championships 2011 - Part One
Books about Cowal:
The Glasgow, Cowal & Bute Route Through Time by Chris Hogg and Lynn Patrick (Sep 19, 2014)
Walking Loch Lomond and the Trossachs: The Lomond Trossachs National Park, Glen Artney, Ben Lui and the Cowal... by Ronald Turnbull (Jul 29, 2009)
The Cowal Way (Rucksack Readers) by Michael Kaufmann (Jun 24, 2009)
Cowal West and Isle of Bute (OS Explorer Map Series) A1 Edition by Ordnance Survey published by Ordnance Survey... (0100)
Cowal East (OS Explorer Map Series) A1 Edition by Ordnance Survey published by Ordnance Survey (2007) (0100)
The Cowal Way (Rucksack Readers) Spi Edition by Kaufmann Michael, James McLuckie published by Rucksack Readers... (0100)
Wiki information Cowal:
Cowal is a peninsula in Argyll and Bute in the Scottish Highlands.
Lake Cowal is the largest inland lake in New South Wales, Australia. The lake is ephemeral, being fed by the small Bland Creek and by the occasional flooding of the Lachlan River. Despite this, it retains a considerable amount of water in about 70%...